They knew what was coming. Man and beast knew what lay ahead. After the war cry. Bitter the grave. At long last, the peace King Arthur was born to usher in has settled over the realm. But Arthur was also born to be a warrior... and all true warriors are restless without a fight.... read more
“By the factor of his strength and popularity among the north and western tribes, Arthur had been the only man, since the extinction of Roman influence, to rule as unquestionably supreme. Save, perhaps, in the extreme north, above the line of the old Antonine Wall where not even Rome had survived for more than a handful of years. To the Pendragon the British tribes had acknowledged their homage, claiming lesser titles of king or prince beneath his senoirtiy. To Arthur, the English had also knelt, either willingly, or forced through defeat. By right of inheritance, he had been lord over his own Dumnonia and the Summer Land. Aye, Arthur had been a war-lord who commanded much power and respect.”
Without someone to stretch a hand into the darkness, the pit of despair was a fearful place. And he had been there alone, with no one, nothing, to comfort him or offer hope.Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
'We, all of us,' she added matter-of-factly, 'feel the pain our fathers unwittingly inflict. But do we not, in our own lifetime, give as many wounds as we receive?'Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
'From the humblest creature to the wondrous thing that is a star, everything must die when it comes to its time of ending.'Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
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